Rivermouth Pines

41382 W. M 123, Paradise, Michigan, 49768, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Paradise

Well Worth the Trip

A travel blog entry by louandpam


... waters and a few years back the museum worked with the Canadian Navy and their state-of-the-art dive equipment to retrieve the bell from the Edmund Fitzgerald and replace it with a memorial bell listing the crew’s names as a form of closure for the families of those who perished. There is a film on the recovery and memorial service which is very moving. They actually have a separate building dedicated to the Edmund Fitzgerald with features on crew ...

First night camping with John & Rita

A travel blog entry by connieandjimmer


We arrived just after a heavy rain storm, set up camp before dark and rushed off the the Brewery restaurant for supper before they stopped serving. Enjoyed two delicious beers with supper, a stout and then an amber red. Next day hiked to see the lower falls and then the upper falls which are the 2nd largest waterfalls east of the Mississippi River. The beautiful rust and golden colour is from all the iron.

Tahquamenon Falls State Park ...one of the Best!

A travel blog entry by margotsilva


... on the travel trailer... we tended to gravitate to their site for evening meals.

We hiked to the upper falls on Monday afternoon and the lower falls on Tues am before heading south to Wilderness State Park through the Hiawatha National Forest and over the Mackinaw Suspension Bridge... near Mackinaw City. Michigan has the "BEST" scenery yet!! A very pleasant state!!


Root Beer Falls & The Oswalds Bear Farm

A travel blog entry by jandjontheroad


Sept. 7th, Sat. Drove to northern part of the Upper Peninsula to Tahquamenon Falls State Park.Stocked up with items in the town of Paradise-not. What a depressed town and yet they call it Paradise!

Quiet, nice campground. Took a walk to the lower falls-it's very dark ...

A Day in Paradise!

A travel blog entry by heavenonearth


... looks serene on a sunny summer day, but November brings strong winds with waves that can reach as high as 35 feet. There are few natural harbors between Whitefish Point and Grand Marias, about 80 miles west, and about 200 of 550 known Lake Superior shipwrecks over the years happened in this area.In 1816, the Invincible, a 60 foot trading vessel, earned the dubious distinction of being the first ship known to sink ...


This campground, located on 41382 W. M 123, Paradise, is near Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum, Whitehouse Point Lighthouse, and Whitefish Point Bird Observatory.
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